Cités 19 (3):123- (2004)

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Emmanuel Picavet
Université paris 1
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Les sciences économiques ont un statut particulier au sein des savoirs sociaux, moraux et politiques. Par leurs objets traditionnels – les échanges, la production, la consommation, la monnaie –, elles entrent en contact avec les autres sciences sociales et avec les interrogations sur l’action collective et la politique. Mais tout se passe comme si leur méthodologie conduisait..
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